Liberals Sputter as Scott Walker Proposes Bold New Immigration Platform

Matthew Boyle, Breitbart, April 21, 2015

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, a likely 2016 GOP presidential candidate, is marching forward with his bold new pro-American worker immigration policy. He’s not afraid to push for a legal immigration system that doesn’t box out American workers with a massive influx of inexpensive foreign labor.

After first rolling out his new ideas on Glenn Beck’s radio program on Monday, Walker appeared on Fox News’ Megyn Kelly’s show to further elaborate on how he hopes to protect Americans economically from special interests pushing for a massive influx in cheap foreign labor from around the world.

“When it comes to immigration, as a governor I don’t have any direct role in that–but having talked to border state governors and having talked to other people, seeing how screwed up immigration has become under this president, it was clear to me talking to them and listening on this issue, traveling to the border actually going there with the governor of Texas Gov. Abbott, seeing the problems there, yeah from my standpoint going forward we need to secure the border, we need to enforce the laws that we currently have with an e-verify system,” Walker said.

“You’re pretty much in line with the other Republican candidates on this,” Kelly asked as a follow-up.

“Well the one thing they’re not saying is we need to make sure as part of that any future legal immigration system that goes forward has to account for American citizens and the workers of this country and their wages to make sure that even with legal immigration in this country we respond to it in a way that doesn’t take jobs away from hardworking Americans,” Walker added, separating himself from the rest of the 2016 field.

Since Walker has moved forward with this new strong pro-American worker position on immigration, he’s been berated by strongholds of the liberal establishment including MSNBC, Mother Jones magazine and the Huffington Post.

The Huffington Post attacked Walker in a blaring headline on Monday night: “Scott Walker Tacks Far Right On Immigration.”


{snip} The extra-liberal Mother Jones magazine–which is openly supportive of progressivism and worked overtime to try to oust Walker in his recall election and his re-election–cited an ex-Walker aide, Liz Mair, to attack him.

“Liz Mair, the GOP operative who resigned from Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker’s campaign-in-waiting after a day on the job, is in campaign mode again–and this time, she’s targeting her former boss,” Mother Jones’ Sam Brodey wrote. “On Tuesday morning, Mair sent an email detailing Walker’s ‘Olympic-quality flip-flop’ on the issue of immigration.”

Brodey added that Mair’s email says that “historically, Walker has hardly been an immigration hard-liner: in 2013, he vocally supported expanding legal immigration, and as recently as March, he said he was in favor of giving undocumented immigrants a path to citizenship. She suggested that Walker’s back-tracking could make him an easy target for strong GOP rivals.”



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  • Chip Carver

    The same folks you see popping up as the biggest supporters of illegal immigration are the same folks who wrote the Immigration Act of 1965. Both forms of invasion are packed with non-whites. By design.

    Don’t bother with the crowd that blames Ted Kennedy. That’s misdirection. Ted the drunk was a “sponsor”. Look at who wrote the Hart-Celler Act. Look at who lobbied for it. The usual line-up of traitors.

    Walker will likely cave should he somehow manage to secure the Republican nomination for Presidents. Politicians are for the most part spineless, groveling before the lobbies, the media, the banks.

    • Sid Ishus

      “Look at who wrote the Hart-Celler Act. Look at who lobbied for it.The usual line-up of traitors.”

      If you pick up a scorpion and get stung whose fault is it?

      • AndrewInterrupted

        The scorpion was dropped in Mother America’s hand. She didn’t pick it up.

        • Sick of it

          Indeed, we had millions of scorpions pouring into the country in the 20th century. The South had been crushed one or two generations prior. No one could stand against the federal power at that point. But hey, I’m sure someone will find a way to blame Southerners and Christians for what was done by non-Southerners and non-Christians.

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        • Sid Ishus

          It is amazing how many times we’ve cleared out the scorpions’ nest only to have them come back. Obviously we haven’t found the right solution to our perennial problem.

    • george00

      Are you ever going to tell us what you think should be done in order to save the White race?

    • ElComadreja

      Kennedy did his best to sell it. He stood there with a straight face on the floor of Congress saying it wouldn’t change the demographics of America when he and everyone else involved knew better.

  • propagandaoftruth

    “She suggested that Walker’s back-tracking could make him an easy target for strong GOP rivals.”

    Or…could set him apart from the rest. Hey…a man can change his mind can he not? I think Walker has an excellent chance to get the nomination if he keeps tacking in this direction. Even better, he seems to be moving away from cookie cutter left/right dualism, appealing to populist sentiments.

    Keep this up Scott, and I may become a populist Republican yet.

    • Bon, From the Land of Babble

      Ask Gov. Walker his stance on illegal immigrants before you throw your support behind him:

      March 2015

      Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker told a private dinner of New Hampshire Republicans this month that he backed the idea of allowing undocumented immigrants to stay in the country and to eventually become eligible for citizenship.

      That’s 30 million, non-White, destitute, uneducated, fast-breeding, welfare-eating colonists – that Scott Walker wants to gift with U.S. citizenship – that number will balloon to 80 million once they’re able to legally – through family reunification – sponsor ALL of their 3rd world relatives.

      • propagandaoftruth

        Good point. That blurb was from last month?

        Well, we’ll see where the next shoe drops eventually, eh?

        • Bon, From the Land of Babble

          Yes. From the Wall Street Journal.

          • propagandaoftruth

            If there exists a person one could vote for in OK consciousness, that could get elected, he or she would have to practice severe “message discipline” until solidly ensconced in power.

            Farage and Le Pen look like good models to emulate.

            Marxists (progressives) are fearsome dire Eloi oppressors.

            Initially the message must be encoded into relatively safe, non-racial language. Then, as the culture changes, so will that which will be safe to say.

      • AndrewInterrupted

        He also openly admitted to having a change of heart on immigration.

        • Bon, From the Land of Babble

          Then he is never to be trusted and is nothing more than one more garden-variety political whore.

          Flip-flopping on an issue as critical as immigration reveals his true character.

          • propagandaoftruth

            Bon, I love ya darlin’ but…

            I was once a Marxist and look at me now! LOL.

  • Ed

    Liz blocked me on Twitter because I supported Russia’s policy toward gays. She’s a big DC RINO. They think cutting taxes for the Koch brothers and being against Obamacare is all it takes to be conservative.

    See how far our country has drifted that a candidate advocating for the American worker is deemed extreme?

    • Reynardine

      GOP is really the Koch-Israel party. Because there’s nothing MORE American than supporting Israel, right?

      • NoMosqueHere

        The Kach Israel party was banned by Israel’s supreme court more than 20 years ago. It advocated the expulsion of arab terrorists from Israel. Sounds quite sensible to me. And america would be sensible to adopt a comparable policy.

        • Xerxes22

          Kach advocated the expulsion of all Palestinians from Israel and the occupied territories. It was too extremist even for the Israeli government which only wants to steal Palestinian land and not expel the Palestinian population.

      • Alexandra1973

        I support the *nation* of Israel, not the *state* of Israel. Bit of a difference.

        • Speedy Steve

          Is that anything like ZOG?

        • Sid Ishus

          When my foot hurts I never suspect the broken glass sticking out.

  • While I still think that Scott Walker and his new Sessionsesque policy statements are not to be taken seriously, this goes to show you why the left and the Democrats have lost working-middle class whites (even though Republicans don’t have a solid lock on them, and many don’t deserve them).

    Mother Jones magazine is named for Mary Harris “Mother” Jones, who organized coal miners and other mine workers. Today, the magazine named after her is actively hostile to the American worker, or at least to any pretense that politicians should advocate for their interests.

    • propagandaoftruth

      Great point. Time to move beyond left and right. The left sure does not support the American worker anymore.

      Serious or not, this is Walker’s chance to set himself apart from the field. His success in his pinko state was impressive. He has national recognition, a successful record to run on, and seems the only potential candidate I’ve seen that I could support so far, either party.

      Throw in that Maine Republican governor who seems to have some sense as a veep, or even my own dusky governess…

      • EuropeanIdentity33

        Walker will be apologizing tomorrow and promising amnesty if he gets elected. He doesn’t have the strength or fortitude to stand against the Republican establishment or even the far left on this. I think we all know how the political game works in America.

        • propagandaoftruth

          I respect the cynicism and will in no way go out on a limb at this point to hail the coming of our redeemer in the person of Walker or anybody else.

          On the other hand, I do not discount the possibility of a Damascene moment, and stand prepared to swallow some cynicism should a potential American Le Pen or Farage arise. In our two party system it is more likely such will arise within one of the two, and it ain’t gonna be the Marxist Dems…

          • EuropeanIdentity33

            I sincerely doubt it will be the Republicans either, they are too busy taking from massive multi-national corporations to care about White Americans or anyone else for that matter. We something new, a new form of politics,a new system and a new party that can really represent our interests. Not the interests of the non-white underclass or the 1%.

  • Luca

    When Obama changed his mind on gay marriage, the media was gushing about how he “evolved” on the issue. When a Republican changes on an issue, they bast the headline that he is a two-faced liar.

    In my travels, I have met many people from the midwest who do not believe me when I tell them the horrible conditions created by the third-world invasion in the southwest. I believe if they saw it for themselves they would have a new outlook. As Walker did.

    • “Obama changed his mind on gay marriage”

      Obama was lying to everyone before early May 2012. The only reason he started telling the truth about what he really thought on the matter is that North Carolina had a definition of marriage vote at that time, one that LGBTQ…thought would be defeated because NC voted Obama in 2008, and for the fact that it also disallowed gay civil unions. Well, it won, and won big, and not long after, organized LGBTQ… which was in a despondent mood for that reason went and read Obama the Riot Act and threatened to cut off money.

      • ElComadreja

        How can someone of his reported sexual proclivities be against it?

    • DaveMed

      It was Obama himself who said, when asked in the beginning of his presidency (or perhaps before it began; I don’t recall exactly), that he was “evolving” on same-sex “marriage.”

      Basically, the nature of the modern “liberal” is to be ever on the cusp of “change” and “progress.”

      • Neuday

        I can’t even “evolve” to buy a Ford, being a Chevy guy through-and-through. How does one “evolve” to think a guy can marry another guy’s backside? Something must be wrong with me.

    • Ella

      We call it “Mexicanization.” Schools attempt everyday to acculturate the few remaining white children to Latinos culture. Majority of whites have pulled their children out of the majority-minority schools.

  • Are you even allowed to be in favor of “immigration reform” that doesn’t involve open borders with countries we don’t even border? If Walker tries to run for president he’ll be labeled a racist in minutes and millions of white leftists will like, share and subscribe.

  • Hilis Hatki

    Immigration to America is a form of warfare against white Americans. By tearing down race and nationality they are hoping to create a global citizen.

    • Bon, From the Land of Babble

      “They” are hoping to destabilize the U.S., just as Libya and Iraq were destabilized (both by design). A destabilized population – along with a collapsing economy- will resort to anarchy, extreme violence and civil war – making it easier for the government to either impose a police-state authoritarian government, or allow warring factions to kill one another in perpetuity as they fight over resources, living space, etc.

      The American empire has been in a state of collapse for decades, it’s only a matter of time before it comes to a crashing end.

      • Hilis Hatki

        Yep… and for decades Ive been feeling like Taylor at the end of “Plane of the Apes”.

      • journey

        Along with all the meth, cocaine, heroin, etc whites have been eating for decades. Their brain is constantly fried to really know what is going on. All part of the plan.

    • Flanders21

      A strong body and a weak soul makes way for the ideal slave = global citizen.

  • TomIron361

    I agree with this man 100%. Having said that, I wonder anymore. I wonder at our young people and their motivation to work and their ability to work. Certainly, their idea of what work is and my idea are not close from what I observe of our workers and hear from employers. I used to think it was hard work younger people didn’t want to do and at that time it might’ve been that way. But now I think it’s any work not just younger people don’t want to do. Of course, few will say they don’t want to work, but people tell you by their actions/attitudes towards their work how they feel about what they’re doing. I get the feeling when I observe people going about their work, they don’t like what they’re doing and don’t care. So many people think they’re better than the job. I see a black guy gathering up the shopping carts in the A&P parking lot and he loves his job. It’s obviously the top job he can get, but you can see he’s really into being the best shopping cart gatherer he can be. He’s in the vast minority unfortunately. Too bad anything like this has to be said.

    • Plenty of White people work hard. And a customer service job IS beneath the dignity of a White college graduate. Yeah, they pay over $100,000 for a degree and expect a decent job, the nerve! Bud, please take your ideas to another website, thank you.

      • TomIron361

        Sir, you’re not getting what I said. First of all, if a person takes a job, any job, he/she is required to do the best they can like that black guy I mentioned. If they have a lousy attitude towards their work, they’re no good and should be fired. But so many people have this attitude, it’s why these employers want to look elsewhere for people. Another thing that you said about White people working hard. Yes, they work hard, but did you ever think about why they work “hard?” It’s because so many people don’t know “HOW” to work. Any time someone tried to show many people how to do something, they jumped down the persons throat and the would be teacher just walked away. As far as the $100k goes, hopefully people start understanding the colleges are nothing but a flimflam.

        • So employers look elsewhere for workers because we Americans are so lazy? More H-1B Visas then, huh? Yeah, so just open the border, right? Well, cheer up, don’t let me offend you. I am sure that most of the politicians in the Republican Party think just like you. The Democrats don’t care and just want to replace White people.

          • TomIron361

            Sir, I guess I’m not making myself clear. We have a real problem with the attitude of our younger workers. I imagine it’s because they’ve never had even household chores to perform. so when they arrive in the workplace, they’re bewildered and then they become angry, etc. They don’t like taking directions from a boss placed over them. They’ve been cocooned in a world that called them “special” for their entire lives and resent anyone who would have the audacity to tell them they have to arrive at work at a certain time each day and work through the day and not go home before a certain designated hour. I assure you sir, a boss isn’t going to put up with people like that for long. That’s the reason Corporations are looking to get workers from abroad.

          • HA HA HA!!! You win. Apparently most agree with you. I got spanked. Sorry, Dad!

          • ElComadreja

            That’s the solution. Blame Americans. What would you propose to do that would turn this situation around or do we just succumb to the invasion? The real attraction with these turd worlders is that they can afford to work for peanuts because the government is subsidizing their needs. You can bet they’re all scamming the system one way or the other, even the ones here legally. I’ve personally worked with this scum and it’s not uncommon for them to have two or three identities, working under one (if they’re not under the table) and collecting welfare on the others. Then to add insult to injury they ship their ill-gotten gains out of the country.

          • TomIron361

            Sir, I’m no an anti-American in the least. I’m for America 100%. But this is a problem. Our men and women aren’t doing well in the workplace. You have me there when you ask what I propose. I don’t know what can be done to staunch this attitude maily our young people have towards work. I wish I did know. But as long as they do go at work as they do, employers will continue to bring in these foreign bums.

        • Lexonaut

          “… if a person takes a job, any job, he/she is required to do the best they can like that black guy I mentioned.”

          I agree 100%. At one point in my career I, unemployed, took a job with Radio Shack because I wasn’t getting interviews for high tech management positions. I consciously said to myself what you said, to wit: “I do this now, and I’m going to be the best Radio Shack employee I can possibly be, and I’m going to give the best customer service I possibly can.”

          When asked to work extra shifts I never said no, which meant that I put in a lot of overtime and basically never got a holiday evening or day off. Within a month I had become the district floater, and when managers needed to get time away from their stores, I was the one who caught these assignments, effectively giving me practice at certain aspects of running stores.

          Even though I had never made commission, within three months I was about to be offered a Z-store (little store) turnaround situation. However, a high tech position finally materialized with MCI, and even though I felt I could have gone far in the Tandy organization, I could not turn down the high tech job because it would pay me twice what Radio Shack could — and we needed the money.

          There is dignity in any honest employment, and still more dignity in being the best you can be no matter what the work is.

      • propagandaoftruth

        Problem is that unless the degree is in some discipline that cannot be faked…

        What’s it really worth? When what was a 4th grade reading level is now a 6th to 8th grade level in secondary ed…

        What’s it really worth?

      • DaveMed

        Simply paying a lot of money for “a degree” does not entitle one to a well-paying job.

  • Jason Lewis

    On illegal immigration the GOP will still pander to people who will never vote for them anyway.

    • Avner Lipschitz, DDS

      The GOP only truly panders to the rightwing. It will do much more than pander to the aliens. They’ll actually grant the gypsies citizenship and make sure their vote counts…twice probably. Anything less, and they could be called racist, after all.

  • Charles Martel

    The Trans Pacific Partnership treaty might fast track the world into the US.

    • journey

      That’s the agenda!

  • phillyguy

    Like I said yesterday, , NO MORE IMMIGRATION, the legal and illegals will run our natural resources dry in the very near future.

    • withcaution

      The average American doesn’t seem to understand the concept of a finite space and resource. My kids just finished high school and I can tell you their heads were so stuffed with liberal think that they didn’t have time for logic/math. They know who Rosa Parks, Martin Luther King, Malcolm X, Cesar Chavez and how evil the United States is but they have no idea what a market-based economy means.

      • 李冠毅

        “They know who Rosa Parks, Martin Luther King, Malcolm X, Cesar Chavez and how evil the United States is but they have no idea what a market-based economy means.”

        What exactly do American schools teach nowadays? Most of the stuff mentioned above seems useless and should not be taught in schools.

        • John Smith

          It is and it shouldn’t. America’s loss of educational leadership in the world is a self-inflicted wound.

  • dd121

    At least somebody is mouthing the words. Notice how little air time the msm gives Walker?

    • propagandaoftruth

      They would give him more if he declared his candidacy and ran a solid insurgent-grass roots campaign.

      As long as no silly sex scandal or such surfaces, his iconoclasty could bring attention his way.

      MSM defined “bad publicity” is actually good publicity. As long as there’s no sex scandal and he does not say the N word.

      • Ringo Lennon

        I don’t know what the big deal about the N word is. Blacks have a lot to be called names for. And it’s not like saying it is equal to actually killing somebody.

        • Lexonaut

          “And it’s not like saying it is equal to actually killing somebody.”

          To social justice Marxists it’s actually worse.

      • dd121

        If he used the ‘n’ word it would definitely solidify my support. You may be assured the left will find something to attack him with, they hate conservatives. He probably bullied some kid when he was in 2nd grade.

        Everyone who hears him speak is inspired so he would be a strong candidate.

  • Reynardine

    “On Tuesday morning, Mair sent an email detailing Walker’s ‘Olympic-quality flip-flop’ on the issue of immigration.”

    Wait, so they can do it but we can’t?

    • InAFreeCountry

      The Left always holds dear to their double standard.

    • Eagle_Eyed

      He should just state he’s “evolving” on immigration.

      • journey

        Depending on how the wind is blowing that day.

      • Vito Powers

        “Evolving”, or “Revolving”??

        Scotty is just plain revolting!

    • Lexonaut

      “Wait, so they can do it but we can’t?”

      Well of course, you big silly.

  • Vito Powers

    Scotty’s latest position on immigration is just boob bait for the rubes. Wisconsin dairy farmers just love that cheap immigration labor that they can exploit. Maybe, just maybe, one of the corporate media stooges will ask him about Wisconsin dairy farmers’ exploitation of cheap immigrant labor.

    • NoMosqueHere

      Ok. But if Walker rides an anti immigration wave into the white house we may have some hope for the future.

      • American Tax Payer

        Americans with Our God Given Gun Rights will Secure the Hope for the Future.

        • journey

          If enough of the white race survives between drugs, miscegenation, and brainwashing over white guilt/privilege garbage.

          • American Tax Payer

            miscegenation”. What a subject for this website.. There’s too many white people willing to be consumed by asians just because they mistake crafty for “intelligence”.

          • journey

            It’s better than going all the way (with blacks) to do their duty of easing white guilt/privilege. Also, some white males see white females as too aggressive and domineering for their taste.

          • American Tax Payer

            And I think that’s perfectly fine as long as those who are in interracial relationships don’t expect to be accepted by all white people.

            I mean to say, let there be at least a few areas for whites. I’m trying to get away from asia and I find it to be very unfair for so-called “white nationalists” or “race realists” to expect me to share my community with asians just because they like them.

            I’m hoping there will be two areas. One for people like you and one for people like me. No need for me to force white on you or you forcing non-white on me.

        • NoMosqueHere

          You can stockpile all the guns and ammo you want, but it won’t change the fact of white minority status. Third world immigration must end; and white immigration must re-start. These are matters of politics and policy. If millions of whites marched on washington demanding a change to US immigration policy, the craven GOP politicians will come around. When you got’em by the balls, their hearts and minds will follow.

          • American Tax Payer

            I’d rather prepare for the end. I’m a Bible Clingin’, Gun Totin’ Xenophobe and while I still let Congress know how I feel, I don’t count on them for anything or hold out hope.

            It sounds terrible but I’d rather concentrate on being fully self sufficient than on hoping Congress will actually change anything. Yes, I still vote. Always have.

  • Greg Thomas

    Walker should simply come out and say that the 1965 Hart-Cellar act must be repealed!

  • Bon, From the Land of Babble

    When I look over potential candidates for the 2016 election Freak Show, I always ask:

    “Is it good for Whites?”

    Scott Walker still favors giving 30 million illegals a “path to citizenship” – 30 million that will balloon to 80 million then to 150 million just as soon as each one is allowed to bring over 90 of his closest relatives.

    On the issue of immigration, Walker doesn’t know if he’s flipping or flopping:

    Scott Walker, On the Issues, 2013:

    Walker said he is in favor of the Senate immigration bill–that features a path to citizenship–saying elected leaders should make it easier for people to enter the country and become legal citizens in the first place.

    Scott Walker distanced himself from House Republicans debating a new immigration bill by endorsing a path to citizenship for immigrant workers.Walker acknowledged that a substantial number of Wisconsin farms depend on migrant workers, some of them here illegally. He also was sharply critical of how difficult the federal government makes it for those workers to come to this country. “If people want to come here and work hard and benefit, I don’t care whether they come from Mexico or Ireland or Germany or Canada or South Africa or anywhere else,” he said. “I want them here.”

    FF to March 2015, Wall Street Journal:

    Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker told a private dinner of New Hampshire Republicans this month that he backed the idea of allowing undocumented immigrants to stay in the country and to eventually become eligible for citizenship

    So, it appears Gov. Walker is in favor of circumventing U.S. immigration law by allowing 30 million non-Whites from third world countries to remain in the U.S. and provide them with American citizenship.

    So the question I pose is this: Will Scott Walker’s policy of allowing 3rd world illegal colonists to become U.S. Citizens – make things better or worse for Native Born White Americans?

    14 words.

  • withcaution

    dateline 2024; as President Hillary Clinton finishes out her second term she gives a hearty endorsement to the President elect, Uzbeks Zasiuse, who is the first non-nativel born and non-citizen to be elected United States President (thanks to the constitutional amendment allowing non-nativeborn non-citizens to serve in the nation’s highest office). President elect Zasiuse, one and an amazing 78% of the popular vote including 95% of the newly amnestied Mexican vote, 99.9% of the African-American vote and even several white voters. He’s beene awarded the world’s first Double Nobel Peace Prize proving ability, I Q, and national boarders are racist concepts.

    • Sam Brown

      Been there, done that (Obama).

  • Eagle_Eyed

    To his credit, he hasn’t been one to fold to leftist and media pressure. He ran on the idea that his state’s public-sector union problem needed to be fixed, and saw it through despite the childish anctics of his opposition. Time will tell if his views on the negative economic aspects of immigration are as strong as his opposition to the Democrat/public-sector union collusion racket, but he appears to have more character (a word that’s thrown around too often) than candidates like Rubio or Paul or Huckabee.

  • MBlanc46

    If Scott Walker wants to introduce the immigration issue into the campaign, good on him. It’s a divisive issue, but it could make him a competitive candidate. It’s a good way to flank the field.

  • listenupbub

    With our unemployment rate and economy as it is, stopping immigration will not do much for wages.

    I can understand the economic arguments for immigration. It does indeed ensure that there is always cheap labor. It is like having slaves again.

    However, I oppose immigration solely for the reason that it is suicidal for our race.

  • DaveMed

    It’s actually notable that Breitbart is taking Walker’s (and our) side on this.

    It wasn’t too long ago that mainstream “conservatives” were all about business, growth, and capitalism; “small” White people be damned.

    What’s happening to Whites in this country is really beginning to dawn on everyone.

  • Evette Coutier

    The problem we face is our politicians have lost our core beliefs in search of votes. As a result many Americans have no leadership to articulate our fundamental beliefs and values, and our culture has divided along irrational pandering to the lowest elements of society. None of the have really said they believe in America, it’s way of life, it’s Bill of Rights, or the greatness of our people. They have not articulated a great America with a great future. We believe in facts: whites founded America, formulated its founding principles, built it into the greatest economic, political, and military power in the history of the world. Whites have advanced civilization, science, technology, literature, the arts, music, business, education, medicine, and economic and political equality more than all other ethnic combine by a vast margin. These are facts and facts support the notion that our core values stand out in history as the best humanity has to offer.

  • pcmustgo

    Well someone’s taking our advice!!!!!!! It’s progress.

  • TheMaskedUnit

    Isn’t it much better to have republicans that lie to us about how they are against the 3rd world invasion than have democrats openly facilitate the destruction of the 1st world …

  • ViktorNN

    Well, at least one high profile candidate will be taking a hardline on immigration – even if he is an insincere and calculating douche. At least the ideas will get out there. Our goal is raising white racial consciousness and this is our best mainstream issue for doing so. Walker is getting the issue in front of people. Hardline talk about immigration also drives liberals insane with rage – this is drives normal white people over towards us.

  • American Tax Payer

    This article is from breitbart and this how I got banned from there and I give you:

    “I myself have nothing in common with Asians and have not witnessed all the professed “benefits” Asians have brought to America but I have however, witnessed the Destruction and Asian Colonization they have brought to America at American Tax Payers’ Expense.

    I have also witnessed the Destruction all the Asian Bugs, Asian Fish and Asian Culture (laws had to be made to prevent the asians from driving turtles into extinction here and how they just cut off the shark fins and throw the bodies back into the ocean, etc.) and how they have put Small Farmers Out of Business and on and on it goes.

    And then there’s the whole slavery thing too. There’s just no end to the Opposite Beliefs and Customs between the East and West.”

    And that was the post in response to “Southern Logic” that got me banned five months ago. I reckon if you ain’t willing to bow down, you ain’t welcome there.

    • zamzow

      You are not alone. I was banned for pointing out that the indiscriminate Israeli shelling of non combatant civilians in the west bank was a possible war crime.

      • American Tax Payer

        Breitbart is a Jew and though dead, they still keep up the jew shield in his honor I reckon.

        What’s with the asians though? People love to talk about them being a “natural ally” but if they can’t even Honor Free Speech from one dissenter, the BASIS from which the rest of Freedom was formed, how do white people expect them to Honor Freedom at all least of all, allow whitey to keep it once (if) they become the majority?

      • American Tax Payer

        I can’t defend muslims. I can’t defend jews neither so as far as that issue is concerned, and you will pardon me in advance please for my ‘cold feelings’ here: I don’t care about them. I can’t. Both parties mean me and my people harm so both groups are not welcome in my world.

  • WR_the_realist

    God forbid that we should have fewer than 100,000 legal immigrants per month. The heavens will fall — if you’re a liberal or one of their staunchest allies on this issue, a corporate overlord who wants cheap labor.

  • AndrewInterrupted

    The first effective stroke of the executive pen would be to end the immigration lottery program.

    • Mr. L

      The first would be to send The National Guard to secure the Southern Border.

      • AndrewInterrupted

        That’s done by the individual states, unfortunately. I would certainly withdraw 39,500 of the 40,000 American troops sitting around at the Korean DMZ and use them for U.S. border purposes.

        • Rob

          I say bring them all back from Korea, Japan and Germany and keep them on the southern border.

        • Spikeygrrl

          Great. Just great. So when the Norks finally figure out how to aim their nukes, there won’t be any USA/Mexico border to worry about.

  • zamzow

    Walker is a stone cold union buster and he is trumpeting a ” bold new pro American worker immigration policy?” What a crock. The stupid party supports all 8 dollar an hour workers with no benefits and if they cost more than that it’s off to China. The median US income in 1968 was 36,152 dollars a year, in 2014 it was 36,825 dollars. What a dismal accomplishment brought to us by the greedy hostile elites and their political stooges in both parties. BTW Walker is using the old bait and switch like the Repubs just pulled in the last election letting Obama care and exec amnesty flitter away when they were elected to defund it.

    • WR_the_realist

      The unions he “busted” are government employee unions eager to bleed the taxpayer dry. Good for him.

      • zamzow

        and they shall be replaced by eight dollar an hour illegal aliens. Bad for us.

        • WR_the_realist

          Nope, they’ll keep their jobs but get pensions and benefits closer to what us suckers in the private sector get.

          • zamzow

            Join a union. I did (the teamsters) and have a fat pension and a Cadillac health plan. Organize

          • John Smith

            Funny, my mother worked as a supervisor and accountant in a plant with the Teamsters and the differential between what new workers earned and experienced workers with ten to twenty years earned was a little more than a dollar per hour. It was more than $8/hr, but it was still only $14-$15/hr minus significant union dues. Unions are going to start losing their exemptions for those “Cadillac” plans in 2018.

          • zamzow

            I worked in the private sector and earned 32.50 an hour, had a 6000 dollar medical procedure last year my end was a 5 dollar co pay. We can fight it out for days but I learned one thing work union live better is true.

  • EuropeanIdentity33

    So what? A politician doing what politicians do best, changing their minds as often as they change their socks. If Scott Walker is elected president he won’t do a thing about immigration.

  • Hilis Hatki

    Politicians should make what the average American makes, President too. Between what they make now, along with the connections their families are set for life. Politics are as phony as wrestling. I dont need to go Washington to find crooks, just 8 miles from here are crooked government employees of this 95% white county. There are no white leaders who are willing to truly sacrifice, they are getting what they can while they can.

  • propagandaoftruth

    LOL – pinko = progressive = Marxist and yes, they are Establishment, or as I refer to it, our Marxist Governancy.

    I know sane folk live in the state but taking into consideration the history of local Socialism there, Walker’s accomplishments are even more impressive…

    He has much potential.

  • I can sympathize with your plight. One way to help derail Fed controls is to educate your children as you see fit. At a mostly black/hispanic school your kids will not get a good eduction except in race realism. Perhaps threaten a lawsuit or find some means to have your kids declared “at risk” unless they go to Buies Creek Elementary.

    Unfortunately I have just one and we pay thru the nose to send him to a private school in addition to high property taxes for the public school.

  • Harrumph. Here’s why Scott Walker is staking out the Jeff Sessions territory. It’s because he has to. Sheldon Adelson and the donors seem to have their minds already made up:

  • ElComadreja

    There should be a minimum twenty year moratorium on any immigration whatsoever and a return to pre-1965 standards when it resumes. I’m not holding my breath.

  • WR_the_realist

    Who do I see working in those lucrative government jobs and putting in 2 hours of useful work a day? The diversity. You actually believe that most of the taxes paid to the state of Wisconsin are from state employees? If your state government is more than 50% of its economy it’s too damn big.

  • Spikeygrrl

    Regardless of its flaws, your school district is working miracles. Never before have I heard of ANY government schooling entity which manages to educate (or at least warehouse) 110% of its students.

  • Spikeygrrl

    Your stats are suspect, because never once did you make a distinction between private sector unions and government sector unions. They are very different critters.

    You also failed to consider that you are comparing historically typical ONE-earner families with higher numbers of children per family to today’s typical TWO-earner families with two children or fewer.

    Recommended reading for anyone who was tempted even for a minute to take Olorin’s numbers at face value: How To Lie With Statistics, by Darrell Huff, available at Amazon for under $8 in either Kindle or hardcopy format.

    The original was published in the 1950s; GET THAT ONE. The examples may seem quaintly outdated, but the principles are still bang on the money. (This from a woman who once wrote an entire term paper on the LAYERS of deception in the advertising tagline, “Four out of five dentists surveyed recommend Trident Sugarless Gum for their patients who chew gum.”)

    There’s a 1990s update of this wonderful book which I haven’t completely vetted yet…but judging solely by the free Amazon eSample, it tries too hard to be trendy and not so much to be truthful. I reserve the right to change my mind on that if I ever read the whole thing.

    HAPPY READING! I envy all of you the delightful experience of reading for the first time this hilarious and yet deeply serious mid-century classic.

  • Seniorsquadldr

    Do not trust Walker. Walker is at best, soft left. He will do away with our borders if given, the power to do so. He will not rest until Mexican, is the mandated by law, official language of North Mexico, formerly known as the United Sates of America. He wants 100s of millions of brown parasites to overrun North America.

    • corvinus

      Are you talking about Jeb “the Hispanic” Boosh, who wants to throw open the borders entirely? Or maybe Ted Cruz, who wants to triple legal immigration. And Rand Paul has shown himself to be an untrustworthy waffler. Walker is the least bad of a bad selection.

  • Paleoconn

    Walker has my attention. He admits to being wrong in the past on immigration. Now he is listening to Senator Sessions. This can only be good news, unless he backpedals.